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of a 3 million budget gap. the city handed out 38 pink slips. stockton was the first city to declare bankruptcy and the largest city in the nation to do so. listen up before you do your next load of laundry. ge is recalling front load washing machines because the basket could separate and cause injuries. the model affected were sold in gold, red and white colors from july 2008, to august 2011. heather? >> thank you so much. 24 minutes after the hour now. more and more americans are voting without going to the polls. but the trend is causing concern about voters fraud. eric shawn has more. >> absentee ballots and mailing in your vote are a way for your voice to be heard. 90 million voters in the election 14 million and 50 percent of the electorate used absentee ballots. new jersey expects 40,000 absentee ballots and joe hogan the county clerk said there is a rigorous official that requires officials to insure the integrity of absentee ballots. our people get the information and verification and the ballot is sent out in a complete packet with instructions . that ballot is returned to
started the fire. >>> if -- two no leads or suspects in two shootings forbaltimore city detectives. first sunday morning on north de -- belnord. a man walked into a hospital after being shot on westington street. >>> the liquor board has a scheduled hearing for 2 in the afternoon to discuss the future of the bar that captured headlines this summer following two murderers in july. a security guard was stabbed to death while breaking up a fight. >>> and the trial for robert jarrett is set to begin today. jar set charged with killing his first -- jarrett is charged with killing his first wife and burying her beneath the shed in their home. the remains were found in rilafter his current wife gave police permission to search the property. >>> chefs from all over baltimore are coming together this evening supporting a campaign aimed at fighting childhood hunger. share our strength no kid hungry campaign teaches families how to cook healthy affordable meals. >>> high school students took to the streets with a message. the group intersection went door to door through northeast baltimore asking ot
will feel it first, but this storm spreads inland a lot. >> reporter: it does. atlantic city, obviously is going to feel it. one of the first places. once that storm continues on, all of the way to ohio, western pennsylvania, even canada. in atlantic city, they're taking it very seriously, some of the businesses have already been boarding up. only emergency vehicles coming all of the way through. other than that, we're really not going to imagine much more than the storm surge. that's the biggest concern here in atlantic city. in 34 years of legalized gambling this is what has happened, shutdown of casinos three times. irene being the last time. we didn't hit that hard enough, right at the coast, from jersey shore up through new york city, long island, you get the bigger numbers. because of the shape of the land, it's going to help that southwest to -- southeast to the northwest flow. other spots will have a surge. we're talking 60 to 80 miles an hour winds in that red area, boston, pittsburgh is included. washington, d.c., even. the purple area all of the way through maine, 40 to 60-mi
jersey, one of the first areas hit by the storm. one of the worst hit areas, ocean city cannot -- ocean city, was evacuated. there were fears of what the high tide might bring. the executive regional chamber of commerce has been talking today. >> we woke up with stand in our streets, debris all over. -- with stand in our streets, debris all over. our community is going to recover, but right now, we are taking a breath to see how bad it is. we had some solar issues that had to be taking care of. people are still not back on the island because we had wires down and trees down and be it -- debris all over. >> you are out in the city now. describe for us what you can see. >> imad 51st and the beach. the -- i am at 51st and the beach. the streets are full of sand. between the ocean and the street, there's not much there. the ocean is breaking right toward the street at high tide. hadof the dunes that we've in the beach replenishment that we've had is gone. luckily, we are in line to get beach replenishment this year, but right now, it is gone. >> michele speaking to me from ocean city. it is
experienced. our first responders have been doing a heroic job protecting our city and saving lives. they are still sitting lives and conducting search and rescue missions and we owe them an enormous debt of gratitude. >> good morning, america -- breaking news, a perfect storm. gregg's america -- >> americans woke up to find it all too real. >> a record-breaking loss of power. >> on manhattan island, they are reeling from what happened. >> there is nothing but you can do. the water is just going to come. it is too strong. you have to stand there and let it happen. >> it is a post apocalyptic scene cars swept down the avenue by the force of the water. debris everywhere. she care of believe what she saw. >> can you describe what happened to? gregg's a lot of water. -- >> i lot of water flowing all over. the transistors are blowing up. >> manhattan is the unusually quiet today. swollen waters rose one began with high tide. -- once again with the high tide. >> this gives you an idea of the massive disruption is still causing. >> the subway is paralyzed. and there are no bosses. -- no bu
. there's some people i have to thank here, first, the new york city metro mod quilters. >> they were party animals. >> i wouldn't quilt with anybody but them. and a big thank you to lucky changs. by the way, they are next door to "scandalous." >> make it a double whopper, if you know what i mean. >> sister mary ellen, mother devine or bearded kathie lee and thanks to dogvaca.com. if you want to go on vacation, you can board your pets with real families. >> that's great. >>> we're going to mix things up all in one pot right after this. >>> good morning. i'm meteorologist chris warren with your weather channel forecast. this is a look at where there is a chance for rain during the course of today. looking around the great lakes, parts of new england and in the pacific northwest. this is bringing windy conditions to the early morning hours. it will be marching across the country. out ahead of it, though, it's going to be another warm day. 71 in minneapolis. mid 70s in denver. 80 degrees in kansas city. wednesday, here's the system moving into the northern tier here, throughout parts of
-city tour. first return to venezuela or president hugo chÁvez has won his fourth presidential election, defeating challenger henrique capriles in a race widely seen as chÁvez's strongest challenge since his first victory in 1998. chÁvez 154% of the vote, with henrique capriles gaining just under 45%. tens of thousands celebrated in the streets of the capital caracas after the results were announced. chÁvez held a replica of the sword of independence hero simon boulevard during the victory celebration. at a rally of the presidential chalice, chÁvez reached out to the political opposition and called for unity among venezuelans. >> to those to promote hate, to those to promote social poison, to those or always tried to deny all the good things that happen in venezuela, i invite him to dialogue, to debate, and to work together for venezuela. for the bulgarian people, for the bolivarian venezuelan. that is why i start by sending these greetings to them and extending these two hands and hearts to them, in the name of all of us because we are brothers. >> venezuelan he president hugo chÁ
is the first city in america to offer the government bank i.d. card regardless of status. what makes the i.d. card unique is the debit card function which allows lower-income people to avoid check cashing fees. the program is expected to take 60 to 90 days to roll out. there will be a one-time fee of $10 for minors and senior citizens. richmond is considering a similar program. >>> in the south bay, the allen rock school district is eliminating 18 teaching positions and will combine classes to reduce spending. these moves will save them more than $1 million. school officials blame shrinking enrollment which reduces funding coming from the states. we will take a look at weather and traffic after the break. >>> welcome back. we have beat the heat. temperatures are the hottest temperatures we had all year. arrived just in time for the first week of october. now it will start to feel more like october. we have a couple of more hot days to get through. temperatures today 95 degrees in livermore. 95 in fairfield. 85 degrees in san jose. look at where we are headed. temperatures just crash as we
october 16th and this fan was the first to be injured. >>> a new york city man accused of stabbing and killing two young children remains in a medically induced coma this morning. so far no charges have been filed against the nanny. the nanny worked for the family two years and recently run into financial trouble. a memorial is now bowing outside the family's apartment building. the motive is still under investigation. >> hundreds of people gathered in new jersey to say their final good-byes for a girl who was killed by two brothers. it was standing room only where autumn pasquale has touched so many lives. she was found inside a recycling bin and two teenage brothers are arrested in connection with the death. one of the teens lured her in the home and she was found dead after a massive search by police. >> this is a party in the hollywood hills. this is the edge of a raised parking lot. they were in a town car when they rammed the car and both cars fell 20 feet down into an apartment complex courtyard. all seven people were hurt and few of them had broken points. the drive thought
ed lee and talk about his hopes for raising the city's athletic profile even more. >>> first up, virtual debate on youtube and its connection to the u.s. race for senate in california. ,, when i see that our schools are 47th in spending per student, i just can't accept that. our schools shouldn't be 47th in anything. ,, proposition 38 bypasses sacramento, and makes education a real priority- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... >>> 11 minutes after 8:00. it is going to be a lovely day for anyone going to watch the giants game on the huge jumbotron. >> or the raiders game. >> it's in front of city hall. it will be a party for thousands of people and sun will be shining on them. >> it's going to be nice. i almost love the oakland raiders disclaimer. wait a minute, let's not forget the raiders. >> absolutely. >> airing here on cbs 5. >> absolutely. and is that going to be a beautiful day as
roads and homes. in atlantic city, entire blocks of the first ever boardwalk are now going. the powerful system is not done. it is dumping up to 3 feet of snow in parts of west virginia and the governor says it is already causing roofs to cave. in some places the leaves are still on the trees. add snow to that and you have a real mess. so it is
of washington, d.c., when hoover first came in, the city council decided to say they were boring to pass along a law banning hoovers because it would disrupt the traditionalists taxi system. it was sort of a clash between old and new, and in the end, the innuendo -- the new ended up winning out. but there are people with a stake in preserving the status quo. we need leaders who are willing to embrace technology and embrace the future in the name of jobs, in the name of a lot of other areas around procurement. >> as the last academic, i think i should say that one of the strongest defenders of the status quo is academia. since we are here at wayne state in an academic institution, i think it would be useful to pick up on the point, to look at how our graduate degree structures intersect with the need of the non-academic labor market. right now, our graduate programs are focused on producing people with ph these for the academic labor market, -- ph.d.'s for the academic labor market, which is not expanding rapidly, if at all. yet you have companies looking for highly educated people they say the
. dozens of other, eight people were killed. dozens of others injured. phis is the first serious explosion the city has seen in two years. since 2005, there is uptick in bombing. one suicide blast killed a former prime minister and still unknown who is behind the blast and what the motive may have been. how many people go to lebanon on vacation? i'm not sure --. lori: but my question is, why get so up in arms? it is great to even have your city be portrayed on a show so widely shown. melissa: not like that. not like that. lori: i disagree it is dirty and dusty. melissa: make it look very scary and dangerous on the show. lori: they make it look foreign and interesting and kind of an exciting place to visit personally. it is just the lead characters have these dangerous assignments as cia agents and running around in covert operations and wielding weapons. that is what make as market, right? melissa: coming up tonight on "money", cyberterrorism analyst morgan wright joins me to discuss the recent cyber attacks on american banks and he is going to demonstrate how it is done for us. we'll give
? >> i think that, i think that, mayor emanuel has a lot of problems. first of all his city isn't going his way. and, neither is the country going obama's way. it will be a night where if the president tries to play cute, tries to get just a little more than clever by half, he is going to be in real trouble because there's nothing waiting for him at the end of the economic discussion but his record. so i don't know why in the world he would turn there. melissa: no. >> and the other part of this is, that --. melissa: i guess unless he feels so many pain over foreign policy. if benghazi gets really heated and wants to talk about anything else. >> the audience will not put up with that kind of nonsense. he pretty much put a stake down he will say almost anything in order to preserve his position at least on stage, if not in the oval office. we're not even hearing him about the discussion the fact he cut off business with canada, stopped the keystone pipeline. that is part of international diplomacy and foreign policy under this administration. we're not hearing anything about the 200 mexic
new memwior. >> that's right. >> first, will the world finally get people to visit new york city? the highest employee attempted to find out. >>> when it comes to high flying fun, if you build it, will they come? staten island has just okayed construction of the world's tallest ferry well. ferris wheel. the 625-foot tall monster will carry 1440 people, and it is set to open in 2015. that said, the drug industry's number one tourist attraction, bill schulz, couldn't wait that long and he hit the streets to talk turkey with the tourists about all things ferris. >> i'm back at times square to talk to the people and find out if this new ferris wheel will illicit boos are on great views. ps, i work for fox news. >> they want to build the world's biggest ferris wheel. it will take 38 minutes to go all the way around. it will have a great view of manhattan. is that something that will make you go to staten island? >> if they had a giant ferris wheel, a big one, i would go to watch it roll off into the water. >> yes. >> why? >> it is the world's biggest ferris wheel. >> there is a sucker
to cover that. i'll take this in chronological or time order first. the ravens are in kansas city. i almost wish we had bad weather. >> yeah, no kidding. >> for the game, ravens game, mostly sunny, chilly though. 52 to 57 the high. really good football weather. now, what about baseball weather sunday evening here in town with the yankees? here we go. it's gonna be chilly, cloudy and there must be a few scattered showers around. temperature at the start of the game only around 49. looks like the upper 40s will roll right through the game for the evening. i don't think it will be raining during the whole game or anything like that. may be no showers at all. at least the chance is there. we'll talk more about why the big change in the weather coming up in just a few minutes. >> thank you, john. >>> well, the cinderella story continues for the baltimore orioles who took down the texas rangers last night by a score of 5-1. >> the win wu definitely a team effort. we begin our team coverage with a look at the highlights from jerry sandusky. >> orioles magic extends now to the american league divis
. >> we will be back with more kron 4 morning news. first here is a live look at new york city. we're watching the hurricane sandy were is knocked out power for residents along the east coast. and a crane is collapsing from yesterday's storm. >> we are back talking about the latest with sandy. it lost status on monday but is still acting quite a punch. it left more than 7 million people without power. here's a look at some of the heavy rain coming down and ocean city maryland. it is expected to move into western europe tonight and move into canada t sheriff and beats down on us for a good long 24-36 hours. >> again they announced the cancellation of early voting in maryland. the mayor says he hopes to find a way to make up voting hours. >> we also have superstar on sandy and his of sex in new york's brooklyn battery. this is the tunnel with water and side. normally the visit tow rope connects manhattan. the holland tunnel as well early as today floodwaters. the mayor said it was an extraordinary amount more in lower manhattan. on at how why the system is compared to the states it i
. when i was a city councilman in lyndhurst, ohio, i introduced the first property-tax rollback in the history of our city. we give tax relief to senior citizens and working families. i worked in a bipartisan fashion -- and we reconstructed the oversight to the workers' compensation investment fund. i worked in a bipartisan way to pass down the budget and try to keep young people in ohio. identified the exports with ohio and worked in a bipartisan way to manage the finances in the state of ohio where we have the highest rating on our bonds and investment and voluntarily cut our budget two years in a row. >> i would emphasize that he voted with his own party -- he voted with them 96% of the time. the only time he doesn't is if the interest group does not have a better offer. he voted against his leadership to satisfy the pay lenders and raised a lot of money. there is nothing in his elektra -- in his electoral records that would show that he ever stands up to his political party on anything significant. >> is there one big area of disagreement you have with mitt romney, mandel? >
of first responders. >> reporter: tens of millions impacted from the carolinas to canada and to the great lakes. atlantic city, new jersey, is virtually shut down in anticipation of a direct hit. >> i'm really, really worried because they just told a friend of mine they think it's going to hit the bay. the bay and the ocean will come together. >> reporter: utility workers are standing by to reap pair, expected massive, widespread power outages. >> it may take a long time not only to clear but also to get, for example, the power companies back in. >> reporter: sandy is wreaking havoc here in ocean city, maryland. the heavy rain and wind has forced the maryland governor to cancel early voting scheduled for today. back to you, rob, paula. >> tahman, try to stay dry out there. our extreme weather team, of course, has been working through the night to pinpoint sandy's expected path. >> accuweather.com meteorologist jim dickey is joining us this morning with the very latest. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. well, again, this is a massive storm system. looking at the
, the ultimate result of the opposite of free cities.  john: we are back wth your questions or comments from my guess. congressman vin jordan. york city commissioner of human resources and author of after the welfare state. so first from facebook. dave hamilton asks god could a collapse of the welfare state ever be peaceful? i don't see a collapse happening with of chaos. >> i think absolutely. this gigantic lumbering staggering welfare state. the 1990's, they ask some hard questions. this was not affordable. they manage to touch from their welfare state very dramatically. most other countries in europe. more free labor markets. canada has and a good job in this. they went directly to the voters this is the reality that we face even further to go. the cuts are much deeper than most politicians are willing to address, but they can be made if you have an adult conversation about it. it is about arithmetic, not fantasy all wishes. >> a question for the congressman. how did you imagine that we can overcome the bipartisan issues? controversial issues such as welfare reform. >> well, look. that's
. howard first and foremost as a bowdoin upon the city to get beat, was born in maine, went on to the rank of general during the civil war, then became head of the freedman's bureau camus superintendent at west point for some time. was in charge of indian wars in the west for a wild. pundit howard university in washington d.c. as well as lincoln memorial university in tennessee and throughout his life was engaged in those institutions that he is such a large part in forming. i bowdoin commuters and the board of trustees for years and years, served as president at howard and lincoln university at different times in his life was awarded the medal of honor for service in the civil war, really had a distinct whoosh career in lots of different ways. what is pulled here are images of him overtime early on. he's a general by then, but still young. and some older ones, including an interesting woodcut rendition of had reduces hand to simple elements that provides for a grim portrait at the same time. a photograph here of him with chief joseph, who was chief of war and first tribe in the northwest,
. and the first words you need to say in every city and state and just draw a line in the sand, is public schools exist for the benefit of the children. you're going to see a lot of people fall over. because anytime you're spending $199 billion a year, somebody's getting it. and the children get lost in the process. so that's step 1. keep in mind in 1960 when our schools were the envy of the world we were spending $16 billion on them. now we spend more than any other nation in the world, $199 billion a year and ranked at the bottom of the industrialized world in terms of education achievement. one more time, you bought a front row box seat and got a third-rate performance, because the government is not serving you. by and large it should be local. the more local the better. an interesting phenomenon. small towns have good schools, big cities have terrible schools. the best people in a small town will serve on the school board. you get into big cities, it's political patronage, stepping stones. you get the job, you gave your relatives the janitors jobs at $57,000 a year, more than the teachers mak
with another single goal of opening up. >> of baltimore city police investigating three shootings, to of them deadly that happened within 15 minutes of each other. detectives say they may be related. the first occurred along the 200 block of fulton avenue. in 19-year-old man was visiting a friend when he was shot and killed. he stepped outside of his friend's house and returned with a gunshot wound to the chest. investigators say they have no word of a motive and the possibilities are on the table right now. police have very few details to release on the other shooting but somebody shot and then multiple times before taking off. the victim was taken to shock trauma where he later died. along the 4700 block of liberty heights avenue, the 18-year-old victim had been shot in the torso and legs but survived and being treated at an area hospital. investigators are actively exploring any possible connections. a bizarre induction investigation, a man kidnapped his own roommate and held him for ransom over a work related debt. and just and gorman is behind bars, charged with kidnapping, assault, and
. the devastation is so extensive that the area looks like a war zone. we are going to start off at one of the first towns to get slammed and that is ocean city maryland, steve harrigan streaming live to us from there. steve. >> reporter: we are in chrisfield maryland one of the hardest hit towns, it's right on the bay. we have been watching rescue operations throughout the day. the rain is coming down. floodwater tph-s three to four he town and many people trying to get out. yesterday the first responders were working by boat, today they are working by vehicle. we've seen a lot of national guard, sheriff's and fire departments out in humvees. people have been calling them to get them out of their houses. we've seen a number of elderly couples, as well as mothers with young children. they are scared, they are cold, they don't have electricity, and they are asking for help. we've seen them carried out really by hand, by these firefighters, many of whom have been working the past 24 hours. one fire tkhaoef told me we ar chief told me we are not getting paid for this but it's a privilege to serve. we h
this evening. take you to the storm zone first up. joining us from queens new york jonathan hunt. what's the most dramatic thing you saw today, jonathan. >> bill, two things. first of all, the suspect rise over the city of long beach, long island. today revealing the utter devastation there. it's a city on a barrier island. the waters from the ocean side met with the waters from the bay side completely innun dating i would say pretty much the ground floor of every single home of that entire city. then tonight, coming here to breezy point and seeing an image that was like something from the world war ii blitz in london in one small community, bill, 80 to 100 homes literally burned to the ground. and the stark image i saw as i waded down through the floodwaters of that scene of just a lone chimney stack the only thing left standing in that community tonight, bill. >> fire started, right? >> yeah, absolute miracle, bill that everybody got out alive. you know how tightly packed these homes are in the communities like this here in queens. >> bill: everybody would have been dead who stayed t
, immigrants are growing our city. for the first time since 1970 boston's population stands at over 600,000 people. for us more people means more challenged, more ideas, and more innovation. a lot of that growth, population growth has come from emigrants. one in four of estonians were born outside the united states. you know what we call immigrants here? mom and dad. you know what we call people from another country looking to fill a dream? brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles. welcome them all with open arms. here to help along the way. connect the immigrants with opportunities. resources and so much more. you're going to walk through and here 100 different languages, celebrate countless cultures, and sample food around the world . listen to the facts. in 1980 close to 70 percent of boston's was white. today less than half the city is why. that diversity is one of boston's great strengths. a real competitive advantage in today's global world. so bostons and france, a strong position that they said the start of our century. strength in our economy, growing our population, and making o
the potential to be laid the game. afternoon uh the current temps. 63 in redwood city and the game's first pitch at 5:07 p.m. expect temperatures in the upper 60s. pretty windy conditions and expected for the game, up with gusts possibly up to 20 mi. an hour. the seven they are around the bay expect off and on showers due to unsettled weather as we head into tuesday and wednesday. we are monitoring a huge winter storm warning that expires at 2:00 p.m. on tuesday. >> we're loohed bridge is open this morning with traffic starting to slow. mostly because of the weather with a 15 to 16 minute drive time westbound. the golden gate bridge ride has heavier traffic in the southbound direction with slowing from the south tower and headed towards the toll plaza. cal train delays in the northbound direction a train was traveling northbound have some great problems and started to slow the system. falling trains are about 20 minutes behind schedule. >> the man accused of hitting the mother and father will be sentenced today. he struck and killed solomon area in his nine year-old daughter. his 12 year-old dau
to thinking about getting their first floors dry here in ocean city, maryland. martha: steve when you take a look at the damage around you, obviously as you point out they're discouraging people from coming back to try to get a look at their property, obviously looks as though everybody cleared out of that area you're in, right? >> reporter: right. this is the low area of ocean city, maryland, the downtown area. usually about 7,000 people here during the off-season. most of those, you know, storm experienced, pretty hardy people. most of them did get out. a few hundred did stay. no injuries here. the national guard was working throughout the night. the winds really felt like a hurricane, five, 6:00, 7:00 at night. we saw signs snapping off, small items of debris blowing through the air. it got pretty dicey last night. now it is just weird to stand in the middle of a road with a pretty good current coming down st. louis avenue here in ocean city. martha: boy, it remains to be seen the economic impact of all of this and these areas that have been hard hit already by unemployment and the toug
. tens and tens of stories above the city. swinging like a pendulum as new york was first pummeled yesterday by sandy, as the winds first roared in. streets around it immediately cleared. and take a look at what will we have here at the very latest. >> reporter: nearly 80 stories above storm-ravaged manhattan, dangling precariously in hurst-force winds the arm of this crane was blown into a back flip. overnight, still clinging to what is the tallest residential building in the city. >> the boom is moving back and forth sideways and that will stress the boom and weaken it. >> reporter: as sandy gains strengths, gusts clock 40 miles per hour. those speeds can double near towering top floors, blowing hard enough to burst windows and turn this crane into a powerful projectile. >> watch your back, folks. get on the sidewalk. >> reporter: seven surrounding blocks as wind speeds continues to increase. within the posh perimeter, a luxury hotel where the ashton family was among hundreds asked to walk to new accommodations. >> expecting it with two young children. >> and the luggage. >> and
romney's biggest supporters, governor chris christie. more on that in a moment. first, breaking news, new york city's best known hospital, bellevue, is now being evacuated. hundreds of patients are being moved due it a failing power supply. dr. sanjay gupta will join us momentarily with more on that. the storm claimed at least 50 lives in the u.s. and one in can d canada. national guard troops are rescuing families trapped by floodwaters in hoboken, new jersey, right now. we learned today that the navy is sending three amphibious landing ships to the coast of new york as well as new jersey in case they're needed. nation's largest subway system still water logged, limited subway and rail service begins tomorrow, but above 34th street as mayor michael bloomberg said a moment ago in a press conference, below 34th street, no subway service. one sign of normalcy, the new york stock exchange was reopened and the bell was rung by mayor michael bloomberg. getting back to business there. we have this today from nasa, first time we're seeing this. satellite images of superstorm sandy from its incep
of welfare in new york city said private charity won't be enough to help them. oo >> first thing to remember the welfare state isn't about the poor. the vast bulk do not go for the poor. it comes out of the middle class cuts out of one pocket and a giant handling fee gets taken off. >> over 14u7b billion a year. back to the poor. he says charity won't take care of it. i think most people believe that. >>> it is wrong i will tell you why. first of course is self help. helping people to help themselves. second isn't charity. charity was the third thing people look to. mutual aid. people taking care of themselves. americans prior to the welfare state were big joiners of associations. 30 percent of 1995 are members of lodges. >> this is before the welfare state? >> yes. >> a third of the adults joined the mutual aid society which helped each other. >> they helped each other in all kinds of ways they provided benefits and hospitals think about all of the mess sonic and shierns hospitals out there. those were built voluntarily to help members of the community and to help indigent or people who had
. that doesn't for our broadcast as we continue our 100-city tour. tune in on wednesday night for special coverage of the first presidential debate. president obama and presidential nominee mitt romney square off. democracy now! will be broadcasting live from denver with a special expanded presidential debate. we will air the debate, pausing after the questions and answers from the candidates, to include responses from our live guests in denver. gil stein of the green party and rocky anderson of the justice party. you can watch our broadcast in person wednesday night in denver. that is all coming up on wednesday night. we will begin our broadcast at 8:30 p.m. eastern time. we will be at the central presbyterian church on sherman street in denver. the election 2012 silent majority tour continues tonight and virginia tech. tuesday night i will be in boulder, colorado. thursday night, colorado springs. and then over the weekend, we continue in crested butte, telluride, and during go. -- durango. "la femme fetal" by digable planets. democracy now! is looking for feedback from people who appre
to be evacuated after a back-up generator failed. the city closed all tunnels and bridges, subway and bus service had already been shot down. the new york stock exchange closed again today first time weather has caused out to chose for a second day since the 1800's. sandy spawned snow storms in west virginia fear of flooding as far west as chicago. in ocean city, maryland part of the delmarva peninsula cold rain on and off and we have flooding here. >> we've both covered storms that were supposed to be storms of the century or expected to be a big thing. did sandy live up to the expectations as a history-making storm? >> reporter: yeah it looks like it did. this was a once in a generation storm. 13 foot storm surge in new york city, imagine that, flood walls that over -- where the water ran over in eight states with snow today. >> tahman bradley, thank you very much. stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage on superstorm sandy, coming up we check in with katie marzullo who is money -- monitoring twitter and the latest from the east coast. >> we are going to talk about our fog. baffled, amazed
crushed the red sox 10-2. four yankee homers including a two-run bomb by returning first baseman mark teixeira capped off a nine-run second inning. and with an orioles loss to the rays, the yanks took a one-game lead in the a.l. east. >>> in kansas city detroit's miguel cabrera had four hits including a homer during a five-run sixth inning to help the tigers beat the royals 6-3 and claim the a.l. central title. >>> and, finally, that's the spirit, despite losing to the phillies last night, the nationals still had reason to celebrate after a loss by the second place atlanta braves secured the club's first ever n.l. east crown. >>> well, coming up, who's hosting the oscars and who's still the queen when it comes to highest paid women. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, some pet owners will go to almost any length to pamper their pooch, and we've got the video to prove it. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." we talked about the rain heading into the coastal areas of alaska and the big storm moving through the west coast.
first baseman mark teixeira capped off a nine run second inning. with an orioles loss to the rays, the yanks took a one game lead in the a.l. east. >>> in kansas city detroit's miguel cabrera had four hits to help the tigers beat the royals 6-3 and claim the a.l. central title. >>> and, finally, that's the spirit, despite losing to the phil lease last night, the nationals still had reason to celebrate after a loss by the second place atlanta braves secured the club's first ever n.l. east crown. >>> coming up, who's hosting the oscars and who's still the queen when it comes to highest paid women. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, some pet owners will go to almost any lengths to pam perfect their pooch, and we've got the video to prove it. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." umbrella day in areas of the ohio valley back through the mid-atlantic. it's not raining all over the place. hit-and-miss showers from west virginia and even from new york city to d.c. south florida has a good chance of getting wet weather toda
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